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Certain questions come up over and over again during consultations for gynecomastia. Because of this I decided to list five of the most frequent with their answers. They are in no particular order.
- Q: What causes gynecomastia? A: There are many causes of gynecomastia... Read More ⇒
As a plastic surgeon specializing in gynecomastia surgery, I spend a lot of time answering patient questions through emails and various internet forums. One of the most common topics of conversation is feeling firm lumps after surgery. Obviously men who have gynecomastia are all too familiar wi... Read More ⇒
As a plastic surgeon specializing in gynecomastia procedures one of the most important questions I get asked during the consultation is the recovery process. The most important thing to know about the recovery process is that it is just that…a process. In this post I will lay out the general ... Read More ⇒
From time to time, patients who undergo gynecomastia surgery come in for their 1 month follow up and say that they feel a firm, rope-like structure on their abdomen or chest. They usually say they noticed it around 2-4 weeks after surgery. Sometimes it is painful, sometimes not. Obviously the... Read More ⇒
Gynecomastia is a condition caused by a hormonal imbalance of estrogen and testosterone, which affects the glandular tissue of male breasts. The chemical imbalance causes swelling of the breast tissue, making the region appear inflated and overgrown. Gynecomastia has been found to be directly rel... Read More ⇒